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Relationship Advice: by Nancy Fagan, M.S.,

Question One - How Do I keep A Man From Leaving Me?

Q: My last three boyfriends have broken up with me and never looked back. I
thought my last boyfriend was my true soul mate, but he dumped me too. I am
afraid of loving a man again, but I can't stand to live a life without romance.
Why do men keep leaving me? How can I make a man stay?

A: Not all relationships are guaranteed to last...even if you think they are
perfect. Rather than put yourself in a victim role by saying that all men leave
you, consider what role you had that turned the relationship sour. This new
perspective will shed light on the role you played that contributed to the failed

There is no way to make a man stay in a relationship he doesn't want to be in.
All you can do is keep an eye on your behaviors as well as his to recognize-and
fix-problem areas as soon as you see them. The longer you wait to address them,
the more difficult they will be to repair.

And lastly, as long as you continue to be open to love, it will always come into
your life.

Nancy Fagan, M.S., author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Romance" and
"Desirable Men: How to Find Them." To read more, visit

QUESTION TWO - Aroused by Smells

by Nancy Fagan, M.S.,

Q: During lovemaking I get turned on by smells and they don't seem to affect my
boyfriend at all. I feel like he's missing a vital part of the whole experience.
Is there anything I can do to increase his sensitivity?

A: Everyone has a different level of olfaction sensitivity.  Still, increasing
your husband's is definitely something you can work on. To help you do so, try
using the following three suggestions:

Massage him with oil: The combination of massage and scented oils heighten

Take advantage of pheromones: Pheromones are also called 'human sex hormones.'
They are odorless chemicals the body releases that can sexually excite a partner
when inhaled through the nose. They are secreted through the skin and especially
in areas known for sweating - arm pits and genitals. To only way to get him to
breathe your pheromones is to get him close to you! 

Deprive his other senses: Naturally, when one of the five senses is blocked, it
causes the other senses to become stronger.  To increase your partner's sense of
smell, try blocking out all senses except for that one.

Nancy Fagan, M.S., author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Romance" and
"Desirable Men: How to Find Them." To read more, visit

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